Unveiling Leadership Dynamics in East Asia Region: A Comprehensive Analysis of Contributors, Collaborative Networks, and Dominant Styles (1980-2022) (78717)

Session Information: Leadership in Education
Session Chair: Po Ching Lu

Saturday, 25 May 2024 11:25
Session: Session 2
Room: Room 605
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

Leadership models have undergone shifts influenced by local societal and cultural dynamics, as well as responses to innovations and societal transformations. This study seeks to unravel the individuals contributing significantly to leadership research in different regions of East Asia and examines the impact and shaping of leadership studies. Additionally, it delves into the dynamics of collaborative networks among researchers in East Asia, unveiling cooperative patterns and interactions within. The analysis aims to reveal the intricacies of researcher collaborations, fostering a deeper understanding of the social structures influencing leadership practices. The study utilizes data from the Scopus database, employing keyword searches related to leadership, and conducts bibliometric analysis and social network analysis on relevant research records from 1980 to 2020, focusing on China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan. By addressing these questions, this research aims to provide valuable insights that can contribute to the academic and practical perspectives of leadership in the dynamic and culturally rich context of East Asia. Finally, the research identifies which leadership styles have garnered significant attention in the East Asian region, contributing to an understanding of the predominant leadership styles in the area and offering insights into the continually evolving leadership paradigms. Examining 20,468 research records, the analysis discloses that the predominant leadership themes in East Asia center around transformational and authentic leadership. Notably, parallels in leadership research topics emerge between China and Japan, as well as South Korea and Taiwan. Nevertheless, the underlying causes of these resemblances necessitate additional exploration in future research.

Henry Wang, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
Yin-Chun Lin, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
Po Ching Lu, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan

About the Presenter(s)
Henry C. Wang. Board Member at Juang Jing Vocational High School, New Taipei City. Board Member at Chi Jen Private High School, New Taipei City. Board Member at Hsing Kuo High School, Tainan County.

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